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Just posted the program in which Jan Achakzai of JUIF & Asif Hasnain of MQM were bent upon throwing PTI out of Assemblies on a point of principle and Ayesha Gul Lalai kept fighting but despite my repeated pressing on the issue no one came out with what is really happening, after all what is this all about?

Towards the very end, literally the last sound byte, Asif of MQM could not hold it and blurted the reality: PMLN wants the “Sword of potential Disqualifications” hanging on PTI’s head for a long long time…at least till the end of local bodies elections in Punjab…

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Asif was 100% right; my sources tell me that PMLN now wants these “De-Seat Resolutions” pending for several months, so that week after week in every session PTI keeps on defending itself, unable to focus on other issues – whatever is possible in Pakistani National Assembly…!

Is this a good politics? The answer is: this is politics! Politics is often like that; it is a continuous incessant clash of interests, and PTI has to prepare itself to fight it along with its own tactics and shifting alliances…

Let’s see how they wriggle out of this?

 

Moeed Pirzada is prominent TV Anchor & commentator; he studied international relations at Columbia Univ, New York and law at London School of Economics. Twitter: MoeedNj. The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Global Village Space’s editorial policy. This piece was first published in Moeed Pirzada’s official page. It has been reproduced with permission.

Moeed Hasan Pirzada is a Pakistani political commentator, geostrategic analyst, and a television news journalist. He is an anchor at Dunya News and hosts TV programs. He has interviewed many politicians around the world. Moeed Hassan Pirzada has also been a Director World Affairs and Content Head of PTV News and hosted the famous talk show Sochta Pakistan, a program that discussed national, regional, strategic, social and educational issues with politicians, analysts and policy makers. He has worked with Dunya News-TV channel as a Director World Affairs and hosted the current affairs talk show Dunya Today. He has written for Dubai-based regional paper Khaleej Times. His columns have appeared in major Pakistani papers such as Dawn, The News International, Daily Times, Friday Times and blogs. He has attended national and international conferences, seminars and policy workshops and had been a member of the Prime Minister's Education Task Force that collaborated with the British Council to produce the Next Generation Report. He has contributed policy papers to Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) and also written several policy pieces for Pique Magazine. He is an Executive Director of Governance & Policy Advisors (GAPA) that provides consultancy services to the government institutions, development organizations and corporate bodies on issues related to media, governance, health policy, and regional peace.

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